I could add commentary here but that would only muddy things more. So, I will let the users look at this chart and draw their own conclusions. The chart is for expression "anti-christ" and the period shown in the chart is from Oct 2008 to Nov 2008. Please note that US Presidential elections were held on Nov 5 in that year. The two major party presidential candidates were Barack Obama and John McCain.
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